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Millennials Craving a Break From the Digital Space Want Tangibility of Real Mail

According to Canada’s largest direct mail and digital marketing provider, Direct Response Media Group (DRMG), direct mail is anything but dead – in fact, it’s alive and well and one of the top marketing trends for 2019. As the digital market becomes more and more saturated, DRMG says millennials in particular are craving a break from the digital space.

The winners will be announced at the 2021 RevolutionHER™ Summit taking place virtually from Monday, September 27th to Wednesday September 29th, 2021

The list of North America’s most innovative and distinguished women-identifying change makers, impact leaders, entrepreneurs and youth presented by RevolutionHer™ was announced today. The top 26 finalists have been selected for the ninth installment of The RevolutionHer™ Awards, celebrating and recognizing dedicated and impactful female and youth leaders who have persevered and are making a difference in the world today.

This year, the 26 finalists across Canada and The United States of America will be vying for one of five prestigious awards, which includes over $45,000 in combined prizing of cash and services, with all finalists being evaluated by an expert panel of respected judges.

The 2021 Annual Oakville Film Festival is Going Digital! It’s time to pull out the popcorn maker and call dibs on your favourite seat in the house – be it your recliner, your patio lounger, or the front seat of your car; The Oakville Festival of Film and Arts is officially launching its festival season with the most impressive selection of international films yet!

An international roster of virtual screenings will be available to Canadians digitally June 23rd to 29th, 2021.

The 2021 RevolutionHerTM Awards proudly recognizes North America’s most inspiring, creative, and successful female-identifying changemakers, impact leaders, entrepreneurs and youth

Calling all women, women entrepreneurs and youth across North America to join the revolution as the 2021 Awards season has officially kicked off! From now through to May 30th, 2021, you can nominate yourself or someone else in one of five categories for the 2021 RevolutionHERTM Awards, with winners set to be announced live virtually during The 2021 RevolutionHERTM Summit from September 29 to October 1, 2021.

The Oakville Festival of Film and Arts is proud to partner with REEL CANADA for the 8th annual National Canadian Film Day, on April 21, 2021.

The Oakville Festival of Film and Arts (OFFA) and Sheridan College will be partnering with REEL CANADA and National Canadian Film Day (NCFD) to present one of Canada’s most beloved classic movies, by one of our most celebrated Directors, Ivan Reitman.

The Founder & CEO of Phenomenal Woman Action Campaign will be a guest speaker at RevolutionHER’s virtual event on March 7th

One of North America’s largest business and lifestyle communities supporting women and women entrepreneurs is thrilled to be welcoming Founder & CEO of Phenomenal Woman Action Campaign, Meena Harris as a guest speaker for their #IWD2021 (International Women’s Day 2021) virtual event, #TogetherWeRise on March 7th at 2:00pmET.

Harris will be joining Founder and CEO of RevolutionHER, Maria Locker for an intimate and impactful conversation about family, justice, women’s rights, making history and challenging norms, a nod to this year’s International Women’s Day theme of #ChooseToChallenge. Women from across North America are invited to join the conversation.

International Women’s Day (March 8) turned into International Women’s month for Front Door PR (FDPR), a media and public relations firm based in Oakville, Ontario. The firm – made up almost entirely of women – decided to dedicate the whole month of March to a list of women nominated by members of the FDPR team

“This won’t be the kind of list you’d expect,” they boasted on their social media accounts ahead of starting the campaign. In fact, the women FDPR posted about were those who often work behind the scenes and out of the spotlight, rarely recognized for the work they do to support others in their communities and beyond.